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Ndung’u smiles all the way to the Central Bank

08 March 2012, 11:30

Nairobi – Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) Governor Njuguna Ndung’u got off the hook on Wednesday after MPs voted to expunge his name from the Parliamentary Select Committee Report on Depreciation of the Shilling.

In the secret ballot, 46 MPs supported the removal of the governor’s name from the report while 37 opposed the move.

Parliament was forced to extend its sittings by six minutes to conclude voting on the matter. Parliament usually adjourns its afternoon sittings at 6.30pm.

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